Contractor bows to locals’ pressure, moves to rectify mess on World Bank-funded project

The Waruhiu contractor working on the World Bank funded drainage Project in Manyani,Kivumbini in Nakuru East sub county is  finallyin bowing to pressure after locals petitioned the County government of Nakuru over the delays in the works that was now posing danger to the locals. The contractor who had delayed the work leading to the pool of water on the lower part of the project has now moved in with speed to rectify everything. This is said to have been occasioned by the fact that there was to be a…

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MCA wants law on hiring ECDE teachers amended

Kivumbini Ward MCA Wilbur Onyango has called on the County government of Nakuru and National Government to revisit the law on hiring Early Childhood Education teachers. Addressing media in Nakuru Town, the MCA decried that there are many ECDE teachers who have been practicing but their grade is below D+ which a requirement by the law. According to the MCA this has been a stumbling block towards hiring ECDE teachers and should be addressed as it is blocking many of them to be employed by the county government of Nakuru.…

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Shock as police impound illicit brew hidden near a Nakuru church

Police have sounded stern warning to illicit brewers in Flamingo and Kivumbini wards in Nakuru East that their days are numbered. Speaking over the weekend during an operation against illicit brew in the area in which 3 people were arrested, Nakuru East Administration police boss Barnabas Kimutai said police are on alert and will not allow the society to be messed up by a few individuals. While commending the public for the tip off, the officer said they impounded 820 litres of Kangara at Ms Jane Kiarie’s home. He added…

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Esther “Estelle” Mwai – Actress with love for her community

Esther “Estelle” Mwai is an agent of change. She’s passionate about life and loves giving back to the community. This is why she turned down a job offer to work as a radio presenter in Tanzania and instead opted to remain and work with her community. Born and brought up in Nakuru, Esther has always come back to live with the community that moulded her. She’s not ashamed to admit that she is a product of the ghetto but that has not limited her vision in life. “I was born…

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